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The report states that after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, the United States now has very little need for Pakistan due to the presence of an ally like India, which is clearly indicated by the 15 countries of 2021 under the US Child Protection Act. Pakistan is to be included in the list.

  • The United States is angry over its policy of relying on China, but after the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the United States now needs Pakistan less because of the presence of an ally like India. Pakistan is included in the list of 15 countries under US law What to do is a clear indication of that. Reports

  • ISLAMABAD (ZNN 03 July 2021) Due to the cold seal in bilateral relations between Pakistan and the United States, the fear of US sanctions on Pakistan once again began to loom as in the past. According to a report published in the national daily Jang. Withdrawal of troops, tensions between China and the United States, the need for Pakistan in the context of the Indo-US economic and defense alliance, the United States, as in the past, once again raised concerns about not only detachment but also sanctions on Pakistan.

  • Because the United States is angry at the policy of dependence on China, while after the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan, the United States now needs Pakistan less because of the presence of an ally like India, our rulers at all times and every time to serve the United States unilaterally. They have been present in time. By keeping the nation on speeches and promises, the rulers in the past have made decisions and kept America happy.

The report states that after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, the United States now has very little need for Pakistan due to the presence of an ally like India, which is clearly indicated by the 15 countries of 2021 under the US Child Protection Act. Pakistan is to be included in the list.
Under the law, economic and other sanctions, including US military aid, military training and cooperation programs, including security and military weapons, could be imposed on US-listed countries. ۔
The decision and the move are said to be part of a US global strategy to address China’s growing influence,
economic growth and the challenge of superiority, the State Department said in a report and a list of 15 countries. No one prepared it in a day, but it has been working for some time, and the Biden administration decided to release the list.
The State Department’s report lists 15 countries that have been found to have violated the US Child Prevention Act, including 12 Muslim-majority countries: Pakistan, Turkey, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Libya and Mali. , Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, Syria and Yemen, while only 3 countries in the non-Muslim world, Burma, Congo and Venezuela, were included.

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